Subject: Re: Can someone help identify a system for me ?
To: Alan Horn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jason R Thorpe <email@example.com>
Date: 10/04/2000 13:01:14
On Wed, Oct 04, 2000 at 08:35:49PM +0000, Alan Horn wrote:
> The CPU is glued underneath huge fan and heatsink, so I can't tell that,
> but on that single board card there are :
Well, judging from the core logic, it's a 21164 or 21164A.
> (listing all numbers on the chip)
> four of : L1B9762, 21172-BA, 21-43932-01, DC7533C
> one of : L1A9756, 21172-CA, 21-43933-01. DC7534C
Okay, well, 21172 == ALCOR2, right? I.e. what's in the AlphaPC164
and AlphaStation 500. So, the 21172-CA would be the core logic/pci
controller. I guess the 21172-BA are memory controllers. Sorry,
haven't had a machine with this core logic in a while, so I forget
all the details about it.
If it was previously running custom NetApp firmware, it's entirely
possible that it is not compatible with any standard Alpha systype.
> On the main motherboard :
> two of : 21050-AB, 21-43698-03, DC1031E
Those are PCI-PCI bridges.
-- Jason R. Thorpe <firstname.lastname@example.org>